How to Give Robux to Friend with Group

avatarRatingLink2 months ago
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avatarRegulatingHale2 months ago

You can give robux to a friend through a group by making them a member, then using the group's funds to distribute robux. Just go to the group admin page, select payouts, and add their username. Easy peasy!

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avatarPressingDesk2 months ago

Get your friend to join your Roblox group, then head to the group admin panel, click on 'One-time Payouts,' enter their username, and send them robux from the group funds.


avatarCluingWear2 months ago

Hot take: It's way easier to just buy a gift card and send it to them. Less hassle, more robux!


avatarBringingLimp2 months ago

I've done this before! Have your friend join your group, go to 'Group Admin,' then to 'Payouts' and 'One-time Payouts.' Enter their info and boom, they're richer!

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avatarDiego3 hours ago
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